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is that enforcement is often lax. that is one of the findings. susan king mentioned she is the defending point of view from the advisory committee, feeling that the one size fits all approach is not something that would help improve safety. i am curious what your response is to the "often lacks" comment -- "often lax" comment. >> there is a medium someplace. there is a perception we are too heavy handed and a perception that we are too lax. i think it is somewhere in the middle. i think it is important to make sure we are all educated. how we participate from the officer's point of view, the bicycles point of view, the pedestrian's point of view -- it is all different. if you have an accident and there is one person standing at each of the four corners, there are four different perspectives of what happened. i think if we cooperate better and have more education together, the more we work together, i think that is something that helps. since i am an advocate for bicycling on the weekends, i have perceptions also. supervisor chu: just out of curiosity, and lot of people have contacted our office before
. it happened on a flight from bangkok to los angeles. the plane landed safely at lax. passengers were rescreened at the security terminal. they have not released what the message said. >> it is an issue that is fueling debate around the world. a small florida church planning to burn the koran on september 11th. this morning secretary of state hillary clinton is condemning those plaz. reverend jones says the constitution considers his right to burn the book considered holy. he says he received death threats and now carriy iey ies >> we believe our president plays it down. we believe people are afraid of radical islam. >> these are provocative acts. they are disrespectful and intolerant. they are divisive. >>> as for president barack obama, he will mark the ninth anniversary of the september 11th attacks at the pentagon. joe biden will be on happened for events in new york and michelle obama will remember the list lost in a ceremony in pennsylvania. >>> they say the facility will have separate prayer sections. the imam writes the attention surrounding the project reflects a degree to wh
bidding process that is happening down in l.a.x. for the concessions down there and how it goes on and on and on and on, i just say to any airline watching, anybody considering do we want s.f.o. or l.a.x., watch the process here, see how it works and your answer will come to you quite quickly. >> thank you, supervisor. commissioner avalos: supervisor mirkarimi. commissioner mirkarimi: thank you. earlier this year we had a conversation with director martin and the question came up and wasn't answered at the time and said he would get back to us is this is considered san francisco property, correct? so that when businesses are contracting with the city, the question was is, what level of compliance was there our work force for source agreements for these contracts extended on airport property? so in this particular case, how would that play itself out in terms of their requirements and compliance in hiring people as it sees fit with our local first source hiring requirements? >> if memory serves, i know that we looked at the extensively during the budget process. i do think someth
on a thai airways plane last night. the plane landed safely at lax, passengers were taken off and rescreened and officials have not released what the message said. >>> a small florida church plans to burn the koran on september 11th and it is fueling debail bait around the world. secretary of state hillary clinton is condemning those plans. kimberly suiters has details. >> not just is the secretary of state but white house and leaders top to bottom. it's kind of stunning that a 58-year-old pastor of this tiny church with 50 members down in florida could have this kind of impact in the world. listen to what he has said. >> we are going to have an international burn a koran day. >> if people should lose their life, that would be tragic. i must say that we feel must sooner or later stand up to islam. >> demonstrators in kabul afghanistan are so angry about the planned burning of the koran, they denounced the u.s. and the church has posted anti-muslim slogans on the internet and advertised a koran burning right in front of its church, the dove world outreach center coming up on the anniversary o
it. why has it been such a lax operation? >> unfortunately, there were 17 different agencies. the civic bodies, police, government. a lack of coordination since then. if you gave a company this massive project to handle, handle the computer electric, they would handle it. >> is this damaging him domestically? >> absolutely the option government is the one that gave the government a blank check there are people in the street that say the government will loose the next election. thank you for that you go go to our website and find background on the couldn't row versy. more of those extraordinary pictures on the state of some of those accommodations let's look at some of the stories around the world today. president obama will make a passion gnat call on a middle east peace deal. he'll call on the teachings of peace that lie at the heart of three great religions. it's the nuclear stand off at hand between he and the president of iran. president obama is the top speech billing today. last year, he met with great expectations because of his debut. we are expecting him to outline w
donald's moving in. with breaking news at l-a-x. right now, the f-b-i is investigating a bomb threat found in the b good evening. i'm ken bastida. >>> we begin with breaking news tonight out of l.a.x. right now the fbi is investigating a bomb threat found in the bathroom of a plane. the flight took off from bangkok, landed safely less than three hours ago. thai airways says that someone scrawled a message on the lavatory mirror saying there was a bomb on the plane. the threat was in english. the note apparently contained poor grammar and passengers have gotten off that plane. authorities are interviewing them now along with the crew. luggage is also being screened. >>> also in the news tonight three east bay schools in danger of shutting down are looking to their own city for help again tonight. the schools are grant and olinda elementaries and kennedy high all in richmond. the campuses serve more than 1,600 students. robert lyles shows us the classmates warrant closures could lead to violence. >> reporter: we are live outside richmond city council chambers and inside there have been more
in both incidents. >> are california's gun laws he had beenive or too lax? what some previously unavailable data reveals. >>> the first appearance for a bishop accused of sexually misconduct. the biblical analogy he used when addressing the allegations. the 10:00 news continues in 90 seconds. congresswoman jackie speier plans toivity the sap brown fire zone. speier has said her bill would make it mandatory for utilities to install automatic shutoff valves in residential neighborhoods or near high-rise buildings. the san bruno fire burned for one hour and 47 minutes before pg&e managed to turn off the supply of natural gas. >>> a san francisco police officer shot and killed a man today during a confrontation inside a residential hotel in the tenderloin. as ktvu's priya david clemens reported it was one of two violent altercations today in the same neighborhood. >> reporter: tensions simmered over in san francisco's tenderloin district, this hot september day, with two violent incidents half a mile apart. both on sutter street. the register hotel at 100 sutter street, the situatio
to work with these so called select agents of which anthrax is one of them. and as security has been lax and oversight has seen accidents and mistakes and lack of event controls, what you have is a real life situation that is far less safe than i think we were a few years ago. and as the government activities proliferate, the chance that terrorists or someone disturbed such as the man is fbi thought was behind the attacks, those chances increase. in a very real sense, i think we're less safe today than ever. >> how is it that historically, it was the government in charge of this biological research. how is it that so much of it has shifted to industry? >> after the anthrax attacks of 2001, the government put in place a lot of programs, government funding such as bioshield and opened it up to private sectors who had the experience, field operation, vehicles, where field testing could take place and the countermeasures, including vaccines. years ago, the anthrax vaccine facility in the united states was administered by the u.s. army and run by a state owned division in michigan. michigan c
lax. just reading through the mayor's response. full enforcement will minimize danger to the public on the roadway, but enforcement is not purposely week. the police department's response believes that celt enforcement is an excellent beginning. if it is determined that additional enforcement is required, sfpd may develop a plan to achieve additional enforcement. advisory committee's response agreed. my suggestion is we adopt the police department's response to this. without objection. the recommendation is the plan should insist that all roadway users comply with the law. motorists and cyclists should promote self enforcement. there is agreement pretty much through this one as well. i read the police department's response. there is some partial agreement with the bicycle advisory committee. the mta says it is already being implemented. here is the b a c response. emphasizing safety and equity, as the high asperities. a minority in the eac disagrees. it looks to me, again, the police department's response is the one that i would recommend we adopt for this one. we will adopt the res
is seen by the jury to be often lax. the other motorists nor cyclist's receive many moving violation citations. police officers on average ticket a bicyclist maybe once a year and ticket a motorist about every third day. traffic data indicates that in 2009, 2004 thought -- 2004 hundred 93 were -- that in 2009, less than 1% were issued to cyclists. police are reluctant to cite cyclists. members of the police department have shared their frustration regarding the mixed messages the receiver during ticket enforcement, and the lack of support they receive from the community. -- and they receive -- mixed messages they received during to the enforcement, and the lack of support they receive from the community. the police cite the power of the bicycle community and the power they are perceived to wield. there should be an overall city- wide policy about how the existing california vehicle code and the city and county traffic codes will be implemented so police have the direction and support they seek and deserve. the bicycle community for the most part desires consistent and effective polic
pretty lax environmental laws and very lax enforcement. it has a very good infrastructure to support the oil and gas industry. >> critics claim big oil has thrived in the state's notoriously loose and corrupt political system. >> there's this whole rich cultural heritage down here that's being destroyed because of political corruption and oil and gas not putting anything back. >> bp agreed to pay at least $20 billion to clean up the gulf and reimburse people here for lost wages, but some say this won't cover the damage they've caused. >> what do you want to see from bp? >> this is what would help me trust bp. for bp to say listen, we did something wrong, we were negligent, we shouldn't have done it, we admit what our mistake was, and secondly, we're going to manifest our commitment by relocating our fortune 500 company into the city of new orleans, employing people in that area and become the focal point for coastal restoration. >> but landrieu says the problem is a lot bigger than bp. he says the survival of new orleans depends on a change in a long-standing policy that would allow
. >> very nice. >>> wouldn't it be for a drug that stops a movement? if you can't stove -- >> no, x lax is saying you can't stop it. as long as you can't x lax, you can't stove a movement. >> i would rather be able to stop a movement. >> that's you. other people would not like to stop it. >> this is the same discussion that lead to the formation of the coffee party. >> exactly. >> that's the problem. >> o'reilly had the same discussion on his show earlier tonight. >> it has been an hour. >> andy be quiet. our cameraman still thinks he is on o'reilly. >> greg-alogue, you said greg's logic is flawed. if someone dislikes fox he hate america? >> why aim talking like a nerd all of a sudden? >> what part of that don't you understand? >> i missed the meeting. i'm sorry. >> greg and bill, you both asserted that rolling stone gave obama the questions ahead of time. can you back that up? >> absolutely not. but i'm assuming that's what happened. >> i can back it up, andrew. you are talking about my ass, right? back it up? oh, the article, i cannot back that up. i can back the ass, not the article.
flights, flight number 11 from boston's logan airport scheduled to go to l.a.x., it left at 8:00 a.m. this morning, 45 minutes later, it was diverted into the world trade center. it was the airline that was involved. we can only assume on a popular flight like that, that it probably had a capacity load of passengers and crew on board. it was a hijacking. that was the first plane that was involved. we don't know about the second plane yet, nor do we know the origins of a third plane that deliberately flew itself into the pentagon this morning near the heliport. our jim miklaszewski has been forced to evacuate that building. we'll have to wait to hear from him. >> we saw dramatic pictures from the pentagon. >> let's go back to a few seconds ago. this is about an hour after the first impact. we saw dramatic footage of a portion of one of the twin towers, actually it appearing to fall away from the rest of the building. can we go to the tape now? here we go right here. i me, when you look at it, the building has collapsed. that tower just came down. >> let's go to bob who is at st. vin
189 people on board. as soon as the flight landed at l.a.x., the pilot parked the plane away from the terminal and the fbi moved in. the agents went through the plane, checked luggage, interviewed passenger and crew, found no evidence of explosives and did not make any arrests. >>> bp has released a report this morning on its investigation of the rig explosion and massive oil spill in the gulf of mexico. the company says the spill was an accident, that many companies and work teams contributed to that accident. the nearly 200-page report was published on bp's website this morning. the bp report is not the final word on the cause of the blast. the government is still investigating. >>> the man suspected of shooting a fremont police officer is scheduled to enter a plea later on this month. barrientos was arraigned yesterday after admitting shooting fremont police officer todd young in oakland last month but says that young reportedly did not identify himself as a police officer, according to police. young was one of two plainclothes officers trying to arrest barrientos on a warrant.
. there were 189 people on board. as soon as the flight landed at l.a.x., the pilot parked the plane away from the terminal and the fbi moved in. the agents went through the plane, corrected luggage, interviewed -- checked luggage, interviewed passenger and crew, found no evidence of explosives and did not make any arrests. >>> hundreds of homes and businesses without power this morning in san francisco. pg&e says the power failure was caused by equipment in a small fire. at one point it affected more than 6,000 customers in the western addition and laurel heights areas. many have power restored and everyone should be back up by 6:00 a.m. >>> san francisco's only gun store owner asking police this afternoon to -- today to let him sell guns again. the manager of highbridge arms allowed his permit to sell guns to run out in january. he was planning to turn the mission street business into an office building but the city rejected that idea so he wants to sell guns again. three neighborhood groups are against it. another gun issue is the subject of advertising posters in more than a dozen bus stop
these rapid fires and multiple losses are becoming more common with lax building codes. >> when you combine materials that more rapidly degrade due to the heat, combined with the proximity of homes to each other it is a disastrous mix. >>> experts say a sprinkler system and fire rated or fire retardabsent walls would add $5,000 to $10,000 to a single family home. cement side is gone three cost the final. three upgrades are not required as cost to the home but could provide precious firefighting minutes. fire fights want homeowners to ask how close their homes are. if they need a fire sprinkler and want a fire rated or fire retardant wall. and whether they want cement siding or vinyl siding. you should know what your home is made of. >> something that this family wants to know as they set to rebuild. this is 9 news now. >> officials say the homeowner who discarded the cigarette butts will probably not face criminal charges in this case. the second fire today destroyed a strip mall in false church, virginia. the fire started just after several businesses had opened this morning at the shoppin
siente cómoda. >> sé que puede sonar graciosa pero los rel ja, los calma la voz humana cuando es re lax los calma y los ayuda a dormir en un lugar nuevo o diferente que no es su casa. >> qué tenemos aquí? . >> este el tamaño de perros que son... como aquí. el salón especial. el salón sdefrpado para perros con necesidades especiales. es ciego. y tiene este cuarto por uprimerp pras sol impacra él,primmpacto i cualquier punto del planeta. quién viaja también, disfruta de este contacto. a su perro de dos años. >> cuando quiero decir buenas noches la puedo llamar al teléfono la ponen ahí y está tranquila y la ta besos al teléfono y consta y sabe que estoy aquí para saludarla. >> qué rico consentida. sí escucharon muy bien el no entero ofrece hasta servicios de masaj masajes. >> sala de masajes y por ejemplo tenemos uno de los perros que están aquí sufre de artritis y recibe masajes especiales que lo relajan y pueden ayudarle para aliviar un poco la tensión y dolor, y alumnos tienen el recreo, y si necesario a un relajarse más, y si lo preguntan hay espacio para gatos de
or some other physical problem. i think the problem lies with the city of san francisco, and your very l.a.x. -- in front of -- well, next door to me is a taceria. there has been this pan handler for the last three, four years. i see cops walk by and call him by name and say, how are you doing? when can we get these people off the street? i think there's, you know, some kind of laws against panhandlings. we don't want to fill our jails with a bunch of homeless people. they're overcrowded. why not set up the shelters and detain these people where they have to follow rules and regulations? an article in the paper just the other day about a fellow that said, i don't like to go into the shelter. they don't let me smoke. they make me go to bed too early. well, sorry. there's a cause an and effect to everything. you're making it easy for these people to cause the problems. the bars, restaurants, aren't. ok. thank you very much. supervisor avalos: thank you. next speaker, please. >> good afternoon, supervisors. debbie from the san francisco human services network. we support the alcohol mitigation
. live in richmond, i'm cheryl hurd, nbc bay area news. >>> and developing news at l.a.x. tonight. the fbi is investigating passengers on a thai airlines jet that made an emergency landing just a couple hours ago. now, the tsa says someone wrote a threatening message on the mirror on flight 794 from bangkok to los angeles. the pilot declared an emergency and immediately took the jet in where firefighters and police took in those passengers. every passenger had to be rescreened at the terminal. >>> sunnyvale fire investigators released this sketch of a man they say could be a firebug who's getting more daring and dangerous. someone has set 15 fires since may. many of them near old san francisco road and garland avenues. that arsonist has torched mostly dumpsters until last week when he set a car on fire with someone sleeping inside. ifeouav a hny information, call sunnyvale police. >>> new at 11:00, cell phone video of a house fire that left an already struggling trio of siblings homeless over the weekend. we shared their heartbreaking story with you at 6:00. tonight we have the ip
the written threat was found in a bathroom on the plane when it was just 45 minutes away from arrival at l.a.x. upon landing, the jet taxied to a remote area where the passengers and crew members got off safely. the plane is being searched. >>> we've uncovered new information tonight about an old thug boat that leaked hundreds of gallons of oil into a river. as ktvu's jana katsuyama report, we found no evidence that the company applied to have docked the oil. >> reporter: booms picked up oil, those were put in place yesterday to stop the spilled oil from reaching san pablo bay. at noon today the department of fish and game closed part of the petaluma river to fishing. >> there's no fishing from the shore or from a boat in the area designated from pay run street bridge to the highway 101 over crossing. >> reporter: yesterday's 2.5- mile oil sheen has cleared up. but what isn't clear is how this happened in the first place. today we investigated the alameda salvage company. we talked with petaluma fire chief who says atop's owner mr. kim sue said he brought the boat here thursday to salvage for
was found in a bathroom on the plane when it was just 45 minutes away from arrival at l.a.x. upon landing, the jet taxied to a remote area where the passengers and crew members got off safely. the plane is being searched. >>> we've uncovered new information tonight about an old thug boat that leaked hundreds of gallons of oil into a river. as ktvu's jana katsuyama report, we found no evidence that the company applied to have docked the oil. >> reporter: booms picked up oil, those were put in place yesterday to stop the spilled oil from reaching san pablo bay. at noon today the department of fish and game closed part of the petaluma river to fishing. >> there's no fishing from the shore or from a boat in the area designated from pay run street bridge to the highway 101 over crossing. >> reporter: yesterday's 2.5- mile oil sheen has cleared up. but what isn't clear is how this happened in the first place. today we investigated the alameda salvage company. we talked with petaluma fire chief who says atop's owner mr. kim sue said he brought the boat here thursday to salvage for scrap metal. >
, laxatives, which particularly young girls who are struggling with body image, drugs that cause emesis, throwing up. but the drugs that contain dextromethorphan used to get a buzz on also contain alcohol at times. so kids take multiple doses instead of the therapeutic dose. like prescription drugs, the over-the-counter drugs are safe and effective when used as indicated but- and, also like prescription drugs when misused, you get a different effect, a different response. tim? you know, the other over-the-counter that we actually haven't touched on here is inhalants, which is a huge problem, especially in our younger grades. i mean, our monitoring the future survey shows that it's kind of the reverse, the 8th and 12th graders reversed. the 8th graders use more inhalants than the 12th graders do. and so that's some of the first and early exposure for these things that are readily available in the drugstore, art store. well, when we come back, i know that we've just scratched the surface on the over-the-counter because that is something that's even more accessible to the younger populatio
factors. and that might include lax oversight on the part of the state utilities commission. what you may or may not know is there's a very complicated system used to regulate pipelines. normally the federal government would have jurisdiction. but in this case, they've ceded that authority to the state. i didn't realize until this week that the state of california has nine pipeline inspectors. nine for 100,000 miles of gas mains here in california. >> wow. >> one of the questions was, why -- the public utilities commission in california gave approval for a rate hike to pay for repairs along this pipeline and yet, they decided not to do the repair. and chris johns, the president of pg&e this week said sometimes we think we need to do one repair but then something more important comes up so we move it down the priority list which begs the question. what could have been more important than this? >> i think that's unfair to the utility. i don't wish to be an apologist, however, that is the way rate making works. the utility comes in every so many years and says here are the projects we need t
the lax enforcement of federal drug laws. they say marijuana is funding drug cartels along the mexican border. he joins us now. there is a survey showing marijuana use is way up in this country. you think lax enforcement is part of the reason? >> jon i do. illegal drug use is now at a ten-year high. marijuana use is up, illegal drug use across the border is up. it was up 9% just last year. here we had the administration actually directing its federal prosecutors not to enforce federal law and not to go after these so-called medical marijuana distributors that are so often just fronts for illegal marijuana and illegal drug distribution. i don't understand why the administration doesn't want to enforce our drug laws that we have on the books. that's one of the explanations i think for this new ten-year record in illegal drug use. jon: you said that in your letter i want to read our viewers part of it. you wrote to the attorney general i am concerned that the department's relaxed enforcement of marijuana law in conjunction with state medicinal marijuana laws has fostered the misguided bel
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